Hindi translation of 'ignorant'
ignorant /ˈɪɡnərənt ˈइग्नरअन्ट्/
If you refer to someone as ignorant, you mean that they do not know much because they are not well educated. If someone is ignorant of a fact, they do not know it.
Often people don't ask questions because they don't want to seem ignorant.
Many people are ignorant of the facts about global warming.
ignorance uncountable noun
I am embarrassed by my ignorance of European history.
People are sometimes described as ignorant when they behave in a rude or inconsiderate way. Some people think this use is not correct.
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Example Sentences Including 'ignorant'
He recognised them as victims of a system -- mainly ignorant , under-educated men, many of them veterans of the services.The Scar
I would not see you grow up as ignorant of your magics as I did.THE GOLDEN FOOL: Book Two of the Tawny Man (2002)
Hitherto she had been too ignorant of her mother's state to realize what danger she had been in.Challenge for the Chalet School
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'ignorant' in Other Languages
- Arabic: جَاهِلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ignorante
- Chinese: 无知的
- Croatian: neuk neuka
- Czech: nevzdělaný
- Danish: uvidende
- Dutch: onwetend
- European Spanish: ignorante
- Finnish: tietämätön
- French: ignorant
- German: unwissend
- Greek: αμαθής
- Italian: ignorante
- Japanese: 無知の
- Korean: 무식한
- Norwegian: uvitende
- Polish: ignorancki ignorancka
- Portuguese: ignorante
- Romanian: ignorant ignorant, ignorantă, ignoranți, ignorante
- Russian: невежественный невежественная
- Spanish: ignorante
- Swedish: okunnig okunnigt
- Thai: เขลา
- Turkish: cahil
- Ukrainian: неосвічений
- Vietnamese: dốt nát
Translation of ignorant from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary